Outgoing CCF honoured
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Srinagar, Nov 27: The Forest department today held a function in honour of the outgoing Chief Conservator of Forests (Kashmir), Shafat Ahmad, who will attain superannuation on November 30.
The function held here was attended by the PCCF, R D Tiwary, Chief Conservator of Forests, Hafeezulla Sidiqi, Conservator of Forests, Nissar Ahmad, Divisional Forest Officer, Pir Panjal Range, Ghulam Hassan Bhat and other senior officials. Besides, some former forest officials were also present.Speaking on the occasion, Shafat said during his career of more than 37 years he always got the support from his officials and lower staff to implement the decisions meant for protection of forests. He said he was hopeful that the officials would take the department to next higher level.
The PCCF said the retirement of Shafat has set a challenge for them to carry on with the conservation of forests. “The high norms set by him are an opportunity for all of us to work for the conservation of nature’s wealth,” Tiwary said. The CF, Nissar Ahmad termed Shafat as an official with decision making acumen. “During his tenure Shafat Sahab gave his best to take the department to next higher level,” Nissar said.
GH Bhat said Shafat was like a guide to the department and he was always concerned for the progress of his juniors. “Shafat Sahab would never compromise on performance front and he would encourage his team to give their best,” Bhat said. Other top officials of the department also spoke on the occasion which was organized by Forest Officers of J&K Department.
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